23 Days Late Menstruation But Brown Spots Appear?
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It needs to be clarified beforehand, have you had an ultrasound examination to confirm the possibility of your pregnancy?
Late menstruation, one of which can be caused by pregnancy. This condition generally appears accompanied by various other subjective signs, such as dizziness, nausea, vomiting, weakness, tight and painful breasts, frequent urination, difficulty defecating, mood swings, and so on. However, the absence of these symptoms does not necessarily mean that you are not pregnant. Each person has a different sensitivity in responding to hormonal changes during pregnancy, so the appearance of the subjective signs above can vary in intensity. In addition, under normal conditions, the various subjective signs of pregnancy will generally feel quite intense after the pregnancy has entered the age of close to 12 to 20 weeks, when a significant increase in pregnancy hormones has been found.
The presence of brown spots when you experience delayed menstruation can be part of the implantation process, namely the implantation of the fertilized product into the uterine wall, which often causes minor tears in blood vessels in the uterine wall. However, if you have never confirmed your pregnancy with an ultrasound examination to a gynecologist, then in fact it is not certain that you are also pregnant. Because, apart from being pregnant, late menstruation may also occur due to stress, fatigue, weight changes drastically, ovarian cysts, too extreme exercise, and so on. It is also possible that the spots you are experiencing at this time are part of a regular menstruation that comes late due to the above factors.
Therefore, you should check your condition directly with an obstetrician so that an evaluation is done more accurately. Currently, you should get plenty of rest first, reduce activities that are too tiring, exercise more diligently, and live a healthy diet and management. good stress.
Hope this helps ..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah